Dynamics 365 Unit Testing 101

Despite the fact that unit tests aren’t something new for most of us, that’s not always the case within the Dynamics 365 ecosystem. 🙁 In my experience, 1 out of 5 D365 developers write unit tests to test their code, actually, some of them build a console app to help them test their functionalities and […]

Azure App Service and Security Configuration

Have you ever tried to provide a web service that eventually needed to communicate with CRM and some customer application? You probably have, so I would like to share with you how can you do this using azure App Service. Azure App Service Web Apps (or just Web Apps) is a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) that allows […]

Easy AutoNumber Utility for Dynamics 365 July 2017 Update (v9)

Today, 1st October 2017 marks the GA release of Dynamics 365 v9. As of today, any new Dynamics 365 environments will be provisioned as Version 9 instances (also known as the July 2017 update for Dynamics 365). If you haven’t yet heard, there are plenty of goodies thrown in for users, customisers and developers alike such […]

Dynamics 365 Utility Methods

Dynamics 365 makes available features and options that makes possible to implement many solutions and requirements without having to write a single line of code (server-side and client-side). However, despite the fact that Dynamics 365 is a very complete and customisable development platform, it still has limits. Sometimes in some Dynamics 365 implementations, there is […]

Dynamics 365 – Development Platform

When a customer chooses to implement Dynamics 365, they don’t only get a CRM system, but also a flexible, extendible, robust and reliable development platform that can be used to quickly implement custom business solutions.